Aaron Hernandez’s Murder Mansion Is For Sale, What Comes Inside Is SHOCKING! (Pics)
Aaron Hernandez’s playing days in the NFL are most likely over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t own a piece of Hernandez memorabilia. The former Patriots star, who’s serving a life sentence in prison just put his house on the market. The 5,600 square foot Massachusetts home is selling for $1.499 million dollars. The house includes: 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, a meat locker, firearms room, and a body storage room in the basement.
The home is attracting interest from not only Patriots fans, but members within the East Coast mafia. An unnamed source told the Boston Globe, “It would be an honor to live in the house of a Patriots legend. Not only is the home equipped for a large family, but it also has ample space to hide bodies. With both a meat locker and a body storage room, you have options.”
The house has also garnered strong interest from former Baltimore Ravens linebacker and current ESPN analyst Ray Lewis. He told ESPN.Com, “We all make mistakes and Aaron made quite a few off the field. But God forgives and Jesus always welcomes us back into his heart. I’d be honored to own the home of a man I share so much in common with.”
At this point Hernandez could use the income from the house sale to pay for his lawyer fees. He’s currently facing double homicide charges for the murders of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado. Last year Hernandez was convicted for the murder of Odin Lloyd and is serving a life sentence in prison without the possibility of parole. When asked to respond about the pending sale of his home Hernandez said, “Lots of great murders, I mean memories from that place.”